Grab These Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets While You Still Can

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets

If you’re a LEGO Star Wars completionists, or just keen on eyeing some of the LEGO Star Wars sets that were released recently, then you might need to consider planning your next LEGO purchase. Star Wars insider Rebelscum shared a reliable piece of info that you might find interesting, if not necessary in building your LEGO collection. We all know for a fact that LEGO sets have a certain “shelf life” in terms of their availability in LEGO stores and in the market in general. Approximately, LEGO sets are available to the public and are included in the LEGO production cue for up to 2 years. And according to Rebelscum’s sources including info from RetiringSets.com, the following are retiring LEGO Star Wars sets that you may want to keep an eye on if you are looking forward to having them to your collection.

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets
The first Master Builder set, the LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City (75222) is due for retirement in December of this year. 

Though yet to be confirmed, do take note that the retirement of these sets is said to commence in December until the later part of 2021. So if you’re still looking forward to having the largest LEGO set around, then you still have until December next year to gather the determination (and cash) to make that purchase. If you see a couple of retiring LEGO Star Wars sets in this list that you are looking forward to having, then be kind enough to purchase these sets through the affiliate links below that will bring you over at LEGO Shop@Home. Your support will go along way in keeping The Brick Show website up and running.

The largest LEGO set ever made to be available – the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon (75192).

Finally, as last note, I hope that scalpers will do the LEGO fan community a favor by not giving in to that urge of brick hoarding. Trust me, you’ll be a better person afterward.

This list is far from complete and may change without prior notice. However, knowing when these sets will possibly retire help us plan our LEGO purchases ahead.  Comment down below and tell us which among these retiring LEGO Star Wars sets do you still need to tick off from your list of must-haves.  Thanks again to Rebelscum for the tip.

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In December 2019

Ahch-To Island Training (75200)
Porg (75230)
Snowspeeder – 20th Anniversary (75259)
Yoda’s Hut (75208)
Betrayal at Cloud City (75222)
Inferno Squad Battle Pack (75226)
Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Pack (75225)
Clone Scout Walker – 20th Anniversary Edition (75261)
X-Wing Starfighter (75218)
General Grievous Combat Speeder (75199)
Imperial Landing Craft (75221)
Rebel A-Wing Starfighter (75247)
Sith Infiltrator Microfighter (75224)
Droid Gunship (75233)
Death Star Escape (75229)
Escape Pod vs Dewback Microfighter (75228)
Imperial Dropship – 20th Anniversary Edition (75262)
Action Battle Endor Assault (75238)
Naboo Starfighter Microfighter (75223)

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In July 2020

AT-AP Walker (75234)
Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (75214)
TIE Fighter Attack (75237)

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In December 2020

X-Wing Starfighter Trench Run (75235)
Tantive IV (75244)
Black Ace TIE Interceptor (75242)
Major Vonreg’s TIE Fighter (75240)
Anakin’s Podracer – 20th Anniversary (75258)
Action Battle Hoth Generator Attack (75239)
Death Star (75159)
Sandcrawler (75220)
Duel on Starkiller Base (75236)
Slave I – 20th Anniversary (75243)
Millennium Falcon (75192)
Darth Vader’s Castle (75251)
Action Battle Echo Base Defense (75241)

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In December 2021

Boost Droid Commander (75253)

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Author: Albert Balanza

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